Sarah Stewart

Veterinarian (BPsych (Hons) BVSc)

Sarah’s first job on the Central Coast was at Green Point Veterinary Hospital.  After two years at the hospital, she left to work at several other hospitals in the pursuit of advancing her knowledge and skills

Over recent months, Sarah has returned to Green Point Veterinary Hospital, while working as a locum, and has had the pleasure of seeing many of her favourite former patients and clients.

Sarah’s aims for Green Point Veterinary Hospital are:

  • Creating and maintaining a respectful environment for clients, patients and staff,
  • Ensuring that Green Point Vet Hospital delivers best practice medicine, and
  • Building a team environment where staff are happy to come to work.

There is no denying that Vet Science is demanding and challenging work.  However, it is also rewarding, even in the sadder moments when we can bring comfort to pets and their owners.

Unfortunately, there is a significant shortage of vets at the moment.  So we hope you will bear with us as we face staffing challenges.  We will do everything in our power to make your visit to Green Point Vet Hospital as pleasant as possible.

We have a dedicated team of vet nurses, ranging from experienced to trainee.  We hope that you will join with us in helping to support them as they work to assist everyone who comes to the hospital.


Dr Carolyn Colborne

Veterinarian (B.Comm (Liberal Studies) B.VSc (Hons 1))

Carolyn has recently joined the Green Point Veterinary Hospital team after relocating to the Central Coast from Sydney.  Carolyn graduated from the University of Sydney in 2015 and spent the first five years of her career working at a large, busy practice in Sydney's south.  After taking some time off to add some (non-fur) babies to her family, she worked as a locum veterinarianat clinics all over Sydney.

Since moving to the the beautiful Central Coast with her young family, Carolyn has been splitting her time between Green Point Vet and work at an emergency veterinary hospital.

Carolyn has a special interest in internal medicine, and in particular feline medicine.  She enjoys the variability of general practice work and looks forward to meeting your furry friends and helping them live their best lives.  


Leigh Davies

Senior Vet Nurse (Veterinary Nursing Certificate 4)

Leigh has been a vet nurse in our practice for over 18 years. She worked her way up from being kennel girl to being indispensable. 

Leigh has exceptional animal handling skills and is a very hard-working and efficient nurse.


 


Brianna Woolsey

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)

Brie is a local certified veterinary nurse.  She has experience working in a number of small animal practices and completed her Certificat IV qualifications in August 2023.

Her favourite parts of nursing are meeting and greeting the clients, patients and the community.  She strives to ensure a collaborative approach to patient care in the animal industry and recognises that importance of fostering a relationship between vet practice and pet owners.  Brie loves taking care of patients of all sizes and trying to reduce patient stress during veterinary visits.  Brie is Fear Free certified and has a passion for stress free, anxiety reduced pet care.

In her spare time, Brie enjoys wrangling her toddler and keeping him out of mischief, is an avid Rabbitoh's tragic and loves creating crochet projects.


Ruby Swanston

Veterinary Nurse (Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing)

Ruby is studying vet nursing at TAFE.  In addition to being keen and passionate about her job, Ruby is also a willing worker and team player.

Ruby has two dogs which she loves dearly; Mars, a red cattle dog and Maxi, a Jack Russell.

When not at work, Ruby enjoys snorkelling, free diving and the ocean, and travelling in her van.

We look forward to a long and happy work association with Ruby. 


  
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